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Theory of Concentrated Vortices: An Introduction

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Theory of Concentrated Vortices: An Introduction - Alekseenko, S V, and Kuibin, P a, and Okulov, V L
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Vortex motion is one of the basic states of a flowing continuum. Intere- ingly, in many cases vorticity is space-localized, generating concentrated vortices. Vortex filaments having extremely diverse dynamics are the most characteristic examples of such vortices. Notable examples, in particular, include such phenomena as self-inducted motion, various instabilities, wave generation, and vortex breakdown. These effects are typically ma- fested as a spiral (or helical) configuration of a vortex axis. Many publications in the ...

Theory of Concentrated Vortices: An Introduction 2007, Springer, Berlin, Germany

ISBN-13: 9783540733751

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